Bamboo symbols are often found in Chinese, Japanese and Indian culture to represent luck, longevity, strength, and friendship. The beautiful Bamboo Soap Mold features bamboo stems and leaves set in a peaceful, Zen-like window setting.
Chakras are spinning centers of energy, located on the midline of the body. Important in Buddhist and Hindu culture, they absorb energy from the universe and govern our emotional, physical, and intellectual well-being. Let the beautiful Chakras 1 Soap Mold spin and draw energy with the four upper chakras of crown (spirituality), third eye (wisdom), throat (communication), and heart (love).
The seven Chakras are a Hindu and Buddhist belief in the seven energy centers of the body, through which all life and energy flow. Help keep your emotional and physical health in balance with the lower three chakras featured in the lovely Chakras 2 Soap Mold: solar plexus (confidence), sacral (new experiences), and root (foundation).
Pair this with our Chakras 1 Soap Mold for a complete set of the seven chakras.
Our Egypt soap mold features three wonderfully detailed images. The Nefertiti bust is over 3300 years old and has become an icon of feminine beauty. Scarabs were worn as jewelry and amulets in ancient Egypt to represent the sun and rebirth. The Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health.
In Feng Shui each season correlates with an element: fire for summer, metal for fall, water for winter and wood for spring. As the seasons change, it is thought there is a shift in energy. The Feng Shui Soap Mold has four designs, one for each season to represent this energy shift. Each design has the season written in English as well as in Chinese characters.
Geisha are traditional Japanese female entertainers who act as hostesses. Our Geisha soap mold is a beautifully intricate rendering of an 18th century geisha, sporting a shimada hairstyle and wearing a kimono.
Namaste is a term widely used in yoga. It is a saying used when the deepest part of ones soul acknowledges the deepest part of another's soul. More literally namaste is defined as nama which means bow, as which means I, and the which means you. Namaste is translated as "I bow to you."
In Chinese philosophy, the concept of yin and yang is used to describe how opposite, contrary, or complementary forces (light and dark) are interconnected and interdependent. The Yin Yang Soap Mold is a version of the familiar Taijitu symbol.